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Tourist Information

Your Cultural Translation

Tourist sites in Cambodia
Places to go and stories to tell. This is Cambodia.

Click here to see the Bong Thom dot Com 'Guide to the Tourist sites in Cambodia'

View our featured places below:
  Oudong Mountain  (Wonderful day trip from Phnom Penh to a series of small mountains adorned with three Buddhist temples.)
The Russian Market  (One of Phnom Penh's most popular tourist markets with all sorts of things from CD's to silk to food to electrical goods to antique handicrafts to clothes.)
Wat Prasat  (Beautiful provincial Wat adorned with colour and sculpture)

The wonderful and gentle charm of Cambodia with her sweet melody of unspoken hearts of days long past; with her sunsets and her spindly sugar palms which rise up to dominate the oceans of pure green rice fields like the legs of the old rice farmers. A web site could not capture the emotion and splendor or old traditional stories that Cambodia can tell. Bong Thom dot Com just helps to introduce you to what you might find.

Food on the street
The guide to the food sold on the streets of Cambodia.

Click here to see the Bong Thom dot Com 'Guide to the Food on the Streets of Cambodia'

  Longan  (Another one of Mother Nature's tropical gifts.)
Pickled Mango  (Popular among Cambodians and eaten as meal in itself)
Pummelo  (Large thirst-quenching citrus fruit similar to a grapefruit but much sweeter)
Sugar Cane Juice  (Freshly squeezed juice from the sugar cane)
Sweet bean surrounded by rice jelly  (Unusual and subtley sweet, wrapped in banana leaf and delicious)


Cambodian streets are adorned with street vendors selling all manner of foods. From red, hairy fruits to dried up brown things that seem to resemble a squashed squid, from mobile kitchens with the billowing smoke of grilled frogs to the midnight glow of a small mountain of fresh fruit.

If you have been curious about the foods on the street of Cambodia, but worried about whether or not you should eat it, this guide will help. It has pictures, lets you know what the food is and what it tastes like, and even how to say the name of the food in Khmer.

People on the street
Have a look at our guide to the people on the street of Cambodia

Click here to see the Bong Thom dot Com 'Guide to the People on the Streets of Cambodia'


  There's no end to the colour and variety seen in the people on the streets all around Cambodia. The wise and thoughtful faces of the older people, the shiny saffron robes of the monks with their matching umbrellas, the sleepy moto-dup drivers, the young girls with baskets of fruit on their head, the children playing on the footpath.

Who are they, what are they doing, where are they going and why?


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